NFS_Shadow wrote:The kids who contributed to the creating of this ordinance in beaverton would still take their airsoft guns out and shoot at things whether there was an ordinance or not.
Ivan Daylovich wrote:NFS_Shadow wrote:Laws like this...only make the honest people even more honest.
DJ wrote:Ivan Daylovich wrote:NFS_Shadow wrote:Laws like this...only make the honest people even more honest.
I think what he is trying to say is only law abiding people follow the laws.
KOIN 6 news aired a followup story on this issue and our very own AONW got its 15 minutes of fame
Osprey wrote:Just last Sunday I caught six kids(about 9 to 12 years old) playing with the replicas in a parking lot of the church. Next to the High School in Molalla. It also happens my house sit right across from the street from the Church and the High School. Long story short I walked over to these kids(I put on Eye pro first), and I told them what they were doing wasn't save. I told them to ether stop or go some where else that was not in the public view. I did get some sarcastic responses, but I didn't leave until they left. To them I might of look like an complete asshole. The good news they stopped. Bad news is for how long. You would think that the parents would think letting there kids play near a high school with airsoft guns was a bad idea.
Now I know that getting them to stop was probably none of my business, but getting them to stop now. Could make them think twice on doing it again in the future. But lets just say they an up doing it again. The next person to stop them isn't a friendly neighbor, but a cop with a gun.
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